My daughter came in for a consultation which then turned into an actual service. From what she said, the service itself was fine. The problem I have is paying 175 dollars for a facial (hydrofacial) that lasted all of 30 minutes. If you are offfering a facial service, my expectation would be that it would last at least an hour and any specialized facial would be in addition to a normal facial service. Basically you are charging $350 an hour which is outrageous. As a comparison, I received a 90 minute facial with dermabrasion at my certified and licensed esthetician on the same day for $125.